Fun, getting started project with PocketBeagle, a Breadboard and components. Build an electronic version of this fun 1970's arcade game.
Bring a building-sized digital clock to life using 129,600 independent RGB LEDs controlled by 72 BeagleBone Greens.
Anticipating our favorite time of the year with BeagleBoard. org® PocketBeagle® Christmas Countdown Display.
Did you want to light the LED and you got turned down on the fly? libgpiod!
Retro gaming on a 16x16 LED matrix using a PocketBeagle.
Control a grid of LEDs with your phone over the internet to play games like Pong!
Use the BeagleBoard.org PocketBeagle with motion sensor to activate LEDs on your DIY "ugly Christmas" wearables. Fun and easy to learn!
Did you ever want to use a FET for switching your LED on and off?
Using a BeagleBone Black, this coffee temperature detector works in an Internet of Things to create a comprehensive and useful display.
Tech out your Halloween Pumpkin with PocketBeagle from BeagleBoard.org This low cost embedded 1GHz Linux PC is fun and easy to learn.
Did you ever want to know if you were moving while you slept?
Did you ever want to use another radio band to control your LED from a distance w/ an Xbee by way of push button?
Make GPIO easy and easier but do not try to make it a given...
I really need a way to use my 3D printed castle, so here’s the project, where LEDs dance with music!
Pneumatic walking robot uses vacuum suction cups to traverse almost any indoor surfaces and disinfect them with UV light.
Did you ever want to have a nice LED blink off and on while OpenCV recorded video from your WebCam?
Did you want to change from ARM to RISC-V Processing and did not know how to make the jump? BeagleV!
Creates a optical illusion using multiple mirrors to reflect off each other, along with code to make LEDs bounce with music
This project takes a BeagleBone Black, and a LED Matrix display and creates a clock that also displays the current temperature.
Connect to a wired speaker, play any chosen song, and watch an LED matrix react to the music alongside a dancing fish.
A fun introductory level game developed in Python with the PocketBeagle development board. Click the button to run across the screen!
Communicate to friends over the Internet through lighting and music via BeagleBone.